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Enterprises increasingly rely on collaborative, multi-modal electronic communications between employees, customers, and partners. With the heightened emphasis on security and compliance, enterprises are seeking standards-based, flexible, and policy-based solutions that they can use to consistently and comprehensively manage, enforce, and audit access to their infrastructure. The solution needs to span various communication and collaboration channels including portals, content management systems, instant messaging (IM), voice over IP (VoIP), e-mail, white-boards, text chatting, and video conferencing. Furthermore, the solution ...
Thus, like its Progress siblings, Savvion is relatively easy to interface to existing infrastructures and development environments, and even to embed into partner products. Human- and Document-centric BPM Capabilities Certain business processes (e.g., the end of financial period closing or a new account opening) require a lot more human involvement and intervention than others, whereby the participants can belong to different functional groups (e.g., sales, legal, finance, operations) within an organization. The process participants can even be external to the organization (e.g., trading ... Read More
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